Could you describe the kelp forest food web as a system?
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Practice rapid ideation—an important step in design thinking—by brainstorming solutions to global water issues.
Practice rapid ideation—an important step in design thinking—by brainstorming solutions to food systems issues.
By conducting a survey of an outdoor environment, students will design solutions for preventing marine debris.
By sorting our waste into different bins, we can make a huge impact.
Learn about reptiles and discover adaptations that help snakes and lizards survive in their environments.
Want to play a board game to learn about rock formation? Explore geologic processes, fast and slow.
How does the digestive system of a zebra differ from that of a buffalo?
Students peruse sample pages from the notebooks of many different scientists.